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Logging and Sawmilling Journal- November 2000

 

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Features:

Spotlight

Logging Contractors in the BC Interior are being hard hit by Industry uncertainties and consolidation.

Equipment Switch

A switch to mechanized harvesting opens new timber for New Brunswick logger.

Walk Softly

Ontario's Tom Fisher Logging has a walk softly logging approach

The Prairie's Biggest Contractors

Continuing Logging and Sawmilling Journal's series on leading contractors, we feature the top contractors of Manitoba and Saskatchewan

Going all Mechanical

Logging contractor Ivan Lavoie has grown from one line skidder to an all-mechanized logging system.

Upgrade for Kenora

Recovery has been the focus of upgrades at Kenora Forest Products.

Sheltering Trees

A BC company has developed new plant shelters to protect seedlings.

It's About Location

New Brunswick's SWP Industries proves how important location can be to milling operations.

Portable Sawmilling

A portable sawmilling operation that started out as a retirement hobby has turned into a business.

A Good Mix

Mixed wood management trial in Alberta is showing good results.

Forestry Research

Research outfit LUSTR Co-op partners with wide variety of stakeholders on projects.

Departments:

Tech Update- Tracked Log Loaders

Supplier Newsline

Column: Industry Watch  
- Taking Stock of the Industry and its Uneasy E-Comm Approach

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